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2nd November 2012, 09:36 AM |#21  
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I have added Multiple Android-Starter to the Wiki Android_Loader page I wrote
http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki...Android_Loader

thank you
but you have a double text on this side... can you correct this?

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2nd November 2012, 07:32 PM |#22  
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thank you but you have a double text on this side... can you correct this?

Klaus thanks for checking. I have fixed this but you could easily do it yourself. That is why I put this info in the Wiki.
It's very easy to edit the contents of a wiki. It only takes a few clicks.
Click the "Edit" page tab at the top of the page.
Make changes to the text.
Click the "Save page" button.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/Help:Editing_pages
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Tom
P.S. NativeSD users check out http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/HTC_HD2/NativeSD
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6th November 2012, 07:33 PM |#23  
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WinAndroid-Classic.exe (Classic-SD version 2) released
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Thanks for the Classic-tool - it works OK for recovery but has the same icon as the WinAndroid one but do not worry (I will use my MortScript as it has a different icon).
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Hi,
I've update the Classic-Version (V2). It has now a new icon and I've called it "WinAndronia", because it is the litle sister of "WinAndroid"

Download and screenshot of both tools are in first post (Classic-V2).

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7th November 2012, 08:13 PM |#24  
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WinAndroid.exe (Native-SD version 3) released
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@ all: I've updated the NativeSD-Version in the first post ...
see http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=33174747

Changelog:

NativSD-V3:
third Release for NativeSD-Methode
new:
- Help-text on the top
- Last booted Version displayed on the top
- Reads file rom_name.txt in the same directory and displays it on the top
- Writes the last booted ROM in the rom_name.txt (like the great datagr-android-tool )
- all program-errors are loged in a textfile "winandroid_error.txt"

Download and screenshot, see first post.

I'm waiting for your feedback.

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12th November 2012, 09:36 PM |#25  
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WinAndroid.exe (Native-SD version 4) released
Hi @all,
I've updated the first post with the new Native-SD version 4.

Why: Last sunday I've updated my pacman-rom (great thanks to Xylograph) and backuped the old rom with tytungs new tool NativeSD Touch Recovery (also great thanks to tytung). After that, my tool listed the backup-directory, witch is no NativeSD-Android.


But now: Native-SD version 4 ignores the backup-directory and the list contains only NativeSD-roms.


Btw, I fixed some litle spell-errors...

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13th November 2012, 12:29 AM |#26  
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Hi @all,
I've updated the first post with the new Native-SD version 4.

Why: Last sunday I've updated my pacman-rom (great thanks to Xylograph) and backuped the old rom with tytungs new tool NativeSD Touch Recovery (also great thanks to tytung). After that, my tool listed the backup-directory, witch is no NativeSD-Android

But now: Native-SD version 4 ignores the backup-directory and the list contains only NativeSD-roms

Btw, I fixed some litle spell-errors...

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Thanks for this update. I have included a link to this application in a new thread:
Forum > HTC Leo: HD2 > HD2 Android > HD2 Android SD Development
[GUIDE] NativeSD for Windows Mobile (WM6.5) New Users
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1986437
Do post updates to your tool on this thread as they are both for WM NativeSD users :->
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Tom
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14th November 2012, 11:32 AM |#27  
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I would be pleased to receive other feedbacks. Thanks and greetings...

Klaus

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Hi Klaus, what about to add a command like kill manila.exe: when I am in WM + HTC Sense, I like to disable HTC Sense (manila) before start android (nSD or classic). I have seen this command in some other android starters.
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14th November 2012, 08:00 PM |#28  
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Hi Klaus, what about to add a command like kill manila.exe: when I am in WM + HTC Sense, I like to disable HTC Sense (manila) before start android (nSD or classic). I have seen this command in some other android starters.
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Hi,
yes it's possible to integrate it... but what's the reason? I thought, that haret kills the WinMo and all its processes, isn't it?

Do you know a thread where I can read more infos about clrcad/haret and "killing manila"?

Thanks for the ideas. Cheers
Klaus

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14th November 2012, 11:23 PM |#29  
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Maybe you are right but I always have read to disable HTC Sense before run android as a measure to save battery drain :| Find information about haret in HD2 was not easy for me, more than the epic http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=719646 and the wiki http://htc-linux.org/wiki/index.php?..._Documentation
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Maybe you are right but I always have read to disable HTC Sense before run android as a measure to save battery drain :| Find information about haret in HD2 was not easy for me, more than the epic http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=719646 and the wiki http://htc-linux.org/wiki/index.php?..._Documentation

Great... thank you very much... I think that I should read this all at this weekend... If you or someone else has more infos, please post the links. Thanks and cheers
Klaus

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15th November 2012, 11:54 PM |#31  
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Question Do we need to disable HTC Sense for NativeSD?
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Maybe you are right but I always have read to disable HTC Sense before run android as a measure to save battery drain :| Find information about haret in HD2 was not easy for me, more than the epic http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=719646 and the wiki http://htc-linux.org/wiki/index.php?..._Documentation

Poyensa thank you for the HaRET links. I know that using the old Portadroid SD builds it was helpful to disable HTC Sense before running Android. However with NativeSD I have not seen any benefit (battery is much, much better with NativeSD). Without wishing to be rude, do you disable HTC Sense out of habit or do you see a real benefit even with NativeSD. I know I always press CLRCAD.exe before HaRET.exe even when running Recovery (or get Klaus program to do it for me) even though CLRCAD is not required for Recovery. Robbie P kindly reminded me to correct this in my [GUIDE] NativeSD for Windows Mobile (WM6.5) New Users
Do we get any benefit if we disable HTC Sense before launching NAtiveSD?
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